Love this range of tables by Paris-based designer Constance Guisset (not to mention the owl styling..) Originally designed in 2009 for the French Cultural Institute in Ankara, Turkey, the Ankara collection is all metal in a range of colours. More, here
I wrote about another of Constance Guisset’s products, the Vertigo pendant, here.
1. DLM (Don’t Leave Me), manufactured by Hay is really a tray with legs and a handle. Made from powder-coated steel, it is available in some fabulous colours. Also by Hay, the Tray table
2. Marrakech tile tables designed by the multidisciplinary design/architecture studio Claesson Koivisto Rune would look fabulous on a terrace or as a plant table. From Twentytwentyone (currently on sale!)
3. Summit Nesting Tables by Brooklyn-based industrial design practice Moving Mountains. Made by hand and crafted in solid ash, via design milk
4. Small table with tray, manufactured by De Padova. White laminate tray with curved solid beech wood trim and painted steel base. From Twentytwentyone (currently on sale too)
Which do you like best? I spied more side tables on the always interesting D-Pages blog, yesterday. I particularly like the organic form of the Powell table.
More fab four, here